Kenyan bookshops afraid to stock explosive book on corruption within government circles


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Kenyan bookshops afraid to stock explosive book on corruption within government circles

An explosive whistle-blowing book titled “It’s Our Turn To Eat”, written by Michela Wrong, about corruption in Kenya, is about to hit book stands across the country. The book charts the career of former Kenyan anti-graft chief, John Githongo, who fled to Great Britain in 2005 for dear life, indicated The Financial Times. According to the BBC, bookshops are refusing to stock the book because of its sensitive nature. Corruption and transfer pricing cost Africa more than $150bn a year, the United Nations and World Bank have estimated.

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